Chapter6 - SOCIAL INTERACTION IN EVERYDAY LIFE Sociology,...

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Sociology, Eleventh Edition SOCIAL INTERACTION IN EVERYDAY LIFE
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Sociology, Eleventh Edition SOCIAL INTERACTION THE PROCESS BY WHICH PEOPLE ACT AND REACT IN RELATION TO OTHERS THE SYMBOLIC INTERACTION PARADIGM HUMANS RELY ON SOCIAL STRUCTURE TO MAKE SENSE OUT OF EVERYDAY SITUATIONS
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Sociology, Eleventh Edition STATUS A SOCIAL POSITION THAT AN INDIVIDUAL OCCUPIES STATUS SET ALL THE STATUSES HELD AT ONE TIME DANCE PARTNER BOSS FRIEND HARLEY CLUB MEMBER SPORTS PARTICIPANT BUSINESSMAN
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Sociology, Eleventh Edition TYPE OF STATUS ASCRIBED : INVOLUNTARY POSITIONS ACHIEVED : VOLUNTARY POSITIONS OFTEN THE TWO TYPES WORK TOGETHER, WHAT WE ARE ASCRIBED OFTEN HELPS US ACHIEVE OTHER STATUSES MASTER STATUS : SPECIAL IDENITY
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Sociology, Eleventh Edition ROLES THE BEHAVIOR EXPECTED OF SOMEONE WHO HOLDS A PARTICULAR STATUS ROLE SET A NUMBER OF ROLES ATTACHED TO A SINGLE STATUS EXAMPLE: STATUS OF MOTHER DISCIPLINARIAN SPORTS AUTHORITY DIETITIAN DR. MOM PRETTY MOM
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2010 for the course SOCI 1301 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '10 term at Houghton College.

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